MODERN architecture calls for outsize windows, yet neither artists nor architects have taken much advantage of this open invitation to stained-glass decoration. One notable exception: the 38-ft.-square window in St. Ann's Church at Normandy, Mo. (TIME, Dec. 15). A standout example of stained glass out of church is Max Hunziker's window for the Zurich Cantonal Hospital. Hunziker's creation, more than 18 by 11 ft., lights a spiral staircase leading to the hospital's main auditorium. It will soon be complemented by another window on an opposite staircase. The themes of the two windows: "Water and Light" (opposite) and "Earth and Air."

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